When we think of taking care of ourselves often we find excuses why we either aren’t, using self-care, or hit and miss with it.
- Where do I find the time?
- How do I find the money?
- Where will I find the energy?
- Even what would be the best use of time, money, or energy?
- What will make the biggest difference for the time, energy, or expense I invest?
This is where curiosity comes to your aide.
Curiosity increases activity in the brains reward circuit and the part of the brain that forms memories. It gives you a place where different concepts can mesh and produce new ideas.
Curiosity will prime your brain for all areas of learning. It opens many lenses showing you new possibilities, answers, or ideas.
Curiosity creates an avenue to allow the brain to learn and retain information, keeping you supported.
Be curious about what works for you, or what would or could help you with self-care. Then figure out how these puzzle pieces fit together because curiosity will give you a fresh perspective with your wellness adventure.
The moment we engage our curiosity, we get creative about our self-care.
Curiosity will change your excuses into doors of opportunities.
Where do you create the time to implement self-care?
How will this change your energy?
How will you pay for what self-care you want?
Where do you want to focus your attention to obtain the best results?
Bottom line is…Do you LIKE yourself enough to own self-care.
It takes liking you to commit to caring for yourself.
Get curious! Learn to approach self-care creatively.
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Suzanne Armstrong is a Naturopath, Applied and Educational Kinesiologist, Herbalist, E.F.T. Practitioner, Wellness and ARTbundance™ Coach and Practitioner. With decades of training and experience, Suzanne focuses on these modalities because they work! Suzanne’s mission is to honor where people are in their wellness journey; supporting, teaching and encouraging people to explore their wellness in fun and inspiring ways. Suzanne’s specialty is the 5 vibrant paths to health she has written. Suzanne can be found at www.foreverhealthandwellness.com.